A few months ago I wrote about an article in the Economist about why Iceland should be in the news and isn’t. Whilst I don’t want to go down the Prison Planet route and get very conspiracy theorist on you, the question is very valid. In case you have forgotten, the whole financial crisis started in 2008 with a scam of epic proportions in Iceland. Ever since then, entire economies have been at the will of the ECB, IMF and the World Bank and fates of billions of people are decided by a select few whose intentions, are, to put it mildly, to maintain the status quo and fuck you in the ass. *scuze the language. Now, Business Insider have conducted another article with the President of Iceland to point out that his country is one of the very few, if not the only one, that has stood up to that mafia and tried a different approach to solve this crisis. Great reading, but why is this not being openly discussed? Oh..
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